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    The Karlsruhe Institute of Technology collects annual mobility data  for Germany by order of the German Federal Ministry of Transport, Building and Urban Development. 

    The data contains information about drivers license holders, car availability, output, traffic volume and travelling...

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    The Mobility and Transport Pocket Statistics 2014 give a short and clearly represented overview of transport and traffic in the Swiss Federation.

    It includes parameters for passenger and freight transport, transport infrastructure and its funding, figures about means of transport and the...

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    The International Transport Forum collects quarterly data on the short-term evolution of the transport sector in its 51 member countries to foresee trend shifts in the sector as a result of economic down or upturn.

    The data covers three modes of inland transport (rail, road and inland...

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    These statistics give an overview of the development of mobility behaviour in urban areas in Germany. They cover the years from 1972 until 2012.

    As it compares East and West Germany it shows, in a unique way, the different mobility behaviours of a socialist country before 1989 and the...

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    This publication provides an overview of the most recent and most pertinent annual transport-related statistics in Europe. It covers the European Union and its 28 Member States and, as far as possible, the current EU candidate countries and the EFTA countries. 

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    Eurostat's urban audit records data on a number of different themes. For transport, percentages of journeys undertaken by different modes are shown for major cities in EU countries. Data collection in the urban audit currently takes place every three years, but an annual data collection is being...

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    The European Environment Agency's TERM 4 is a comparison of mean and maximum urban traffic and background emissions of NO2 and PM10. Its intention is to show the influence of traffic on air quality. The data is collected from...

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    The International Transport Forum homepage provides a good selection of different transport statistics.

    It collects data relevant to a range of transport policy issues, as well as maintaining historical databases and publishing analyses and indicators regarding the transport sector....

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    Transport Statistics Great Britain (TSGB) is the UK Department for Transport's main statistical compendium publication. It describes the major statistical trends in the British transport sector, and is normally published in the final months of each calendar year.

    The compendium contains...

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    The UK's Department of Transport provides a large amount of statistics for a wide field in transport.

    Within the scope of national statistics, it provides an accurate, comprehensive and meaningful picture of transport patronage in the UK.

    In many cases, statistical publications...

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